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Coastal protection from any oil exploration backed

Miami-Dade County commissioners gave preliminary approval to the concept of Southeast Florida Coastal Ocean task force’s final report and its recommendations to work with others to improve the coastal ecosystem, including coastal protection from any oil…

Netjuice Consulting Sees Expansion In Wings From Base In Miami

Netjuice Consulting Inc., a Madrid-based Internet firm that recently moved its Latin American division headquarters to Miami, is in the process of investing about $50 million in an international expansion…

Esurvey Trying To Map Features Of Local Hightech Geography

The size, characteristics and location of the Miami-Dade County e-commerce community is still a mystery in some respects, despite efforts by economic development officials to count and categorize.…

Network Access Point Seen As Catalyst For More Ecommerce

The virtual link between Miami and Latin America will grow stronger in July as Terremark Worldwide Inc. completes its landmark network access point, or NAP, an Internet connection point expected…

Extra Innings Ahead In Marlins Quest For New Park

Civic leaders and Florida Marlins executives have agreed to keep talking about a plan to build a baseball stadium as the Marlins' self-imposed deadline passes today (2/15).…

Bap Gains Permit For Brickell View

Saying concerns about safety and noise have been addressed, the Miami City Commission gave a green light with 'caution' that BAP Development's Brickell View, slated to be one of the…

Sports Authority Director Seen Healing Old Arena Wounds

Years of strained relations between owners of the Miami Arena and the group that manages it could be coming to an end under a new executive director.…

Largest Microsoft Meeting Ever Coming To Miami

Seattle-based Microsoft Corp. will convene its largest corporate meeting in company history at the Miami Beach Convention Center over 17 days in July.…

Developers Contacted By City For Watson Island Project

City officials have started contacting developers and advertising for plans to redevelop the northwest quadrant of Watson Island, an 86-acre man-made island in Biscayne Bay connecting downtown Miami and Miami…

Airport Area Businesses Bloom With Flower Power

About 86% of all fresh-cut flowers imported into the US each year go through Miami International Airport, said Miami-Dade Aviation Department spokesman Marc Henderson, making cut flowers the airport's largest…

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